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museum down there, i thought, maybe it is going to be ryan. sure enough, it was. we know one thing, the political donnybrook is now officially on. >> exactly right, seriously. thank you, i appreciate it. >> and thanks to you at home for staying with us for the next hour. this is an exciting time, right? this is a very exciting time to be in the news biz or to care about politics, and there's a big show ahead here. it was a year ago this week that mitt romney at the iowa state fair who broke down under the pressure of really persistent heckling and said something on tape that will probably haunt his campaign until the very end as if it were a poltergeist. >> we have to make sure that the promises we make in social security, medicaid, and medicare are promises we can keep. and there are various ways of doing that. one is we could raise taxes on people. that's -- >> corporations. >> corporations are people, my friend. we could raise taxes -- of course, they are. everything corporations earn matly goes to people. where do you think it goes? >> it goes in your pockets. >> whose pockets?
. i begged mitt romney to pick paul ryan as his vice presidential running mate. i never thought he would be dumb enough to take my advice. now, it's official. mitt romney and paul ryan, the team that's going to get rid of social security, get rid of medicare and get rid of medicaid. what a great platform to run on. man. can't wait. so we will get into that from every angle today. but first, we get the latest, today's current news update from lisa ferguson joining us early this monday morning out in los angeles. hi lisa. hi, bill. good morning. happy monday. good morning, everyone. well well, as bill mentioned, obviously the big news of the day, romney has chosen paul ryan as his running mate. here is a quick look at what happened over the weekend. >> we know the principles that built this country and we are going to reapply those principles and leave our kids a better future. >> no doubt, we will hear plenty of analysis on ryan's policies over the days and weeks to am could. ryan is of course lodgely popular in his home state of wisconsin where so
in welcoming the next president of the united states paul ryan. >> at least romney got the name right, but with marco rubio and several other on list. why paul ryan? >> we share the same values, and that i have the kinds of experiences that complement his skills, that complement his experience, to help him govern to execute a vision to get this country back on the right track. >> not to mention getting the tea party and other hard-right conservatives fired up for november. but who's vision will be executed if they get elected, ryan or romney? >> i have my budget plan that i -- i have put out, and that's the budget plan we are going to run on. >> it is a trojan horse. disguised as deficit reduction plans, it's really an attempt to impose a radical vision on our country. >> a vision that would see medicare drop by a third by mid-century and medicaid my even more. while ryan insists his medicare plan will extent the program's life in part by offering seniors alternatives david axelrod says it's a killer. >> medicare itself will be in a death spiral because it will be
and gets tonight's last word. >> thank you. >>> trying ryan. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews up in new york. let me start with this weekend romance romney had with paul ryan's budget. on saturday he was for it. by sunday night he was on "60 minutes" saying he had his own ideas. what's up? he picked ryan to show he had a spine. within 24 hours, by sunday on the next day, romney was splitting away from ryan's greatest deal. where is that spine now and where is that romance? and how can you be for ryan and not be for the thing ryan is best known for? how can you support ryan's courage for coming out with a tough budget and then before sundown the next night skip town on doing the same thing. where is that spine of yours, mr. romney? you picked this guy. we didn't. why are you already pulling away from him? and there he was today back to the old mitt. what happened to that rooting tooting guy we saw on saturday? i guess he skipped town with paul ryan's medicare plan, the plan he doesn't want to be caught dead with. take a listen to mitt romney in st. augustine, f
>> glor: tonight a road trip for the republican ticket. the new romney-ryan team campaigns in two key states. the candidates also gave their 1st joint interview with bob schieffer and we'll will have a preview. >> congressman what is your role in the campaign? are you going to be the attack dog? >> i am going to help him win this race so we can do it for the american people. >> glor: dire straits. a japanese oil tanker collides in the strait of hormuz. and games over. the olympics are over and the u.s. is on top in the medal count. we have a look at the winners on and off the field. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> glor: good evening everyone i'm jeff glor. the newly minted team of mitt romney and ryan was on the move today. campaigning in virginia and wisconsin. they were also to address voters nationwide on "60 minutes." the republican convention starts two weeks from tomorrow. we have a team of reporters on the trail tonight. we begin with jan crawford in north carolina. >> reporter: it's day two of the bus tour and day two of the ryan romney ticke
americans. countless conservatives have rushed to describe ryan as a bold pick by mitt romney, but there's nothing bold about choosing a running mate who shares his belief in redistributing wealth to america's wealthiest. thanks so much for watching. chris matthews picks things up right now. >>> trying ryan. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews up in new york. let me start with this weekend row maps romney had with paul ryan's budget. on saturday he was for it. by sunday night, he was on "60 minutes" saying he had his own ideas. what's up? he picked ryan to show he had a spine. within 24 hours, by sunday on the next day, romney was splitting away interest ryan's greatest deal. where is that spine now and where is that romance? and how can you be for ryan and not be for the thing ryan is best known for? how can you support ryan's courage for coming out with a tough budget and then before sundown the next night skip town on doing the same thing. where is that spine of yours, mr. romney? you picked this guy. we didn't. why are you already pulling away from him? and th
, john. this is a fox news election alert. mitt romney tapped paul ryan as running mate and two weeks to go to the republican convention. it sets up for a 12 city and four state, swing state tour. i am john roberts in washington and traveling with him is campaign carl cameron. what is the agenda for the rest of the day. >> he will stop in ashlandd, virginia and then later today in manassus in northern virginia n recent years there was a change and to the extent it was as a red republican state . it is in large measure atransacted to an influx of voters in northern virginia and much more afluient and moderate and democratic electorate than what was the case historically in virginia. that's where romney will wrap up today. earlier in the debut of the romney ryan ticket. the house budget chairman and author of the ryan budget that so energized the republicans in the last couple of years for a serious attempt of cutting the 16 trillion dollar debt and dealing with the size and growth of government in a conservative way. this is how he put it on the stump as the newly picked romney man. >>
now!" >> join me in welcoming the next president of the united states, paul ryan. every now and then i'm known to make a mistake. [laughter] i did not make a mistake with this guy, but i can tell you he is going to be the next vice- president of the united states. >> mitt romney announces his running mate, paul ryan, a man with a plan. >> our rights come from nature and god, not from government. >> paul ryan, seven-term congressman from wisconsin. we will discuss his views with three wisconsinites, matt rothschild, john nichols, author of "uprising: how wisconsin renewed the politics of protest, from madison to wall street." and nicole safar a plan. advocates of wisconsin. all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. and a major shakeup, it features new president mohammed morsi has dismissed cairo's top two generals -- field marshal hussain tantawi and military chief of staff sami enan. tantawi had served as ousted leader of hosni mubarak's defense minister for two decades and headed the powerful supreme council
is doubling down on the economy and named paul ryan as running mate. good morning, i am john robers taking over from bret baier. the big announcement was made this morning in virginia. and now they are traveling to the next event. karl, they are off and running? >> they are off and running indeed and we are running up the highway from the opening stop in forfolk virginia. and to richmond and then to northern virginia, romney is hitting all three regionings of political regions was virginia tide water where there is military familis and middle of the capitol and northern virginia where there is moderate voterss and all four of the states that romney will visit with running mate paul ryan today and then hit the states that barack obama took and romney needs to get. >> there is a series of polls that showed him trailing president obama by a significant number and nine point in the fox news poll and 7 point in the cnn poll and that upped the pressure for him to make the bold pick. will this reset the race. this is the bold pick so many republicans looked for. >> heone of the things they talked
nbc news mitt romney is going to be picking congressman paul ryan of wisconsin. the announcement expected at 9:00 this morning about eight hours from now in norfolk, virginia. the announcement will be made in front of the uss wisconsin, which some speculate may be a nod to ryan's home state. of course, mitt romney told me he would be looking for a running mate that would indicate that he had a vision for the country and for romney, paul ryan may be that man. let me bring in andrea mitchell. andrea, we are setting it up, who knows if people are staying awayerjuction waking up or just coming home from dinner going, oh, well, today is the day. but as we know in eight hours, we will officially have the republican ticket. romney/ryan, it is something of a ticket that i have heard democrats talk about for six months. explain. >> well, democrats think that this is an opportunity for them because they have been trying to demonize the ryan budget. this is their view of everything that's bad about the house republican caucus is the ryan budget, the deep budget cuts. they are very controver
state of the ohio. romney and mr. ryan will campaign together aggressively this week and soon will split off and the two will undertake separate campaigns and mr. ryan will be a prolific fundraiser. and they will essentially go stereo with romney campaigning in battle ground and ryan campaigning in others in order to juggle the romney-ryan presence and double $fund raising capacity and take it to the convention and after the democratic convention. we'll see three weeks of fecampaign the entire month of october is going to be filled with debates. there will be three presidential debates and one vice-presidential debate and one debate a week and up to election day . romney-ryan team very excited by the reaction. romney is bouyant and excited about ryan bringing energy to the cam bane what henied. there is a lot of enthusiasm and confidence building here in the romney campaign. it a rough couple of weeks of polls that showed president obama was gaining ground and mr. romney was slipping behind a bit. they firmly believe that romney will supply the juice needed and get more junk back in the
currenttvhd >>> with the selection of paul ryan as his running mate mitt romney's presidential campaign which seems allergic to defining proposals now seems ready to defend. buried within paul ryan's budget is a complete restructuring of our nation's health care system and extreme rewriting of sources of insurance for disabled and young people in our country. all seniors are guaranteed coverage, and will be switched to a voucher plan. the amount the voucher increases year to year would not match the rise in health care costs leaving seniors to foot the difference, a gap that will quickly become enormous and posing a burden on scene yours that most will not be able to afford. and medicaid his proposal would simply kick the issue back to the states leaving 14 to 28 million people mainly million people mainly children without insurance. company insider speaks out on how corporate pr is killing health care and deceiving americans, wendall potter. thanks to much for your time tonight. >> thanks for having me. >> let's begin with medicare. is the critique that you
meyers that he picked ryan. that was several days back. and so before the polls. but just yesterday, mr. romney's aids said in their view that the polls are not an accurate judge and anything that happens prior to labor day is too easily ignored by american electorate. with the kids out of school. having said that they note those polls were snap shot in time and not the daily tracking polls like gall up and rasmussen which has a narrow margin. and they make the point when the running mate is announce ready to go to the republican national convention. they will combine for a 11 point bounce. it is rare that a campaign would put a number. and they expect to get a wave of momentum to put them in the lead by the time they end the republican convention in tampa florida and they start in north carolina literally the next week. >> it may not be too difficult to get the len point. and bill clinton, he got the grand prize it was 16 points coming out of the democratic convention in 1992, as he made the announcement, romney misspoke himself and tell us about that. >> well, yes. he had initiall
the actor ryan gosling? a few years ago -- i can't believe it was a few years ago, but a couple years ago, a fan site for ryan gosling popped up online and became an instant hit. it changed the world online. the site had kind of a profane name that i will not repeat here, but needless to say, it specialized in photos of ryan gosling looking handsome, and those photos were paired with sweet and funny tag lines superimposed over the photo as if they were word bubbles. thinks he was saying. so like this one, where mr. gosling says, hey, girl, i was just thinking about how awesome you are. or this one, hey, girl, i heard you like saving the environment and gas money, so i got a hybrid. this one, hey girl, i heard you like beards, so i grew one last night. if you have not seen the original ryan gosling version that started it all, you have probably seen some of the spin-offs. for example, there is the feminist version of the ryan gosling hey girl meme, at the feminist site, he still says hey girl, but it comes out like this. hey girl, the post feminist is deeply rooted in classism, but i still
single day. >>> and this is a cnn special paul ryan in depth. he's the man of the hour. hand picked by presidential candidate mitt romney to join him on the republican ticket. i'm gloria borger here in washington and i'm joined by cnn's chief national correspondent john king. he's in wisconsin, paul ryan's home state. you're about 50 miles, right, from janesville, paul ryan's district. and his supporters are gathering there for a warm welcome. tell me about the crowd. >> there's quite a large crowd here, gloria. they're beginning through the republican speakers now, other republican politicians from wisconsin. you see a big crowd behind me. trust me, it runs out this way and this way as well. this is the wisconsin homecoming. paul ryan said he's been flying into the airport in milwaukee for the 14 years he's been in the united states congress, never has he returned home for a welcome like this. he now will be the republican vice presidential nominee. we're in a state, gloria, as you know, there's been democratic politics and presidential politics for a long time. these republicans h
in atlanta. paul ryan's special begins right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> and this is a cnn special, "paul ryan in depth." he's the man of the hour hand picked by mitt romney to join him on the republican ticket. i'm gloria borger here in washington and i'm joined by cnn's chief national correspondent, john king. he's in waukesha, wisconsin and that is paul ryan's home state. i think you're about 50 miles, right, from jaynesville, which is paul ryan's district and his supporters are gathering there in waukesha for a warm welcome. so, tell me about the crowd. >> it's quite a large crowd. they're going through the preliminary speakers now. you see a big crowd behind me. trust me, it runs out this way as well and over this way. this is the wisconsin homecoming. paul ryan and mitt romney landed just a short time ago. paul ryan said it was great to be home. he said he's been flying into the airport in milwaukee, never has he returned home for a welcome like this. he will be the republican vice presidential nominee. we're in a state as you know, that has been democratic reliablely
paul ryan. the chair of the house budget committee has been sharply critical of president obama's economic policies and outspoken fiscal conservative. take a look at this. the romney/ryan website is up and running. he's expected to make the announcement in norfolk, virginia. ryan monroe is the editor of cnnpolitics.com. he's joining us from our washington bureau. sources telling cnn that it will be paul ryan. what do you think? what do you think he brings to the ticket? >> this is either going to be his boldest move or probably his riskiest mistake. paul ryan is a galvanizing force. for conservative republicans, he's seen as the voice behind conservatism. he is the voice that wants to get rid of medicare. if either of those are truthful, it will be a lightning rod in this campaign. >> why make the announcement today, saturday morning, olympics going on, he's about to kick off his bus tour. a lot thought he would do this later on. >> a saturday announcement get us sunday morning air time on the sunday morning talk show, sunday newspapers, and gets you a nice really good ramp up f
job to ideas. when ryan spoke about he mentioned our rights are from nature and god, that is a fairly fundamental idea. it isn't even a policy. it's a philosophy. he wants to make the debate about the philosophy of government and the policies that follow. i think by doing this they are now running on what is essentially an argument known to the status quo. it's a complete reversal of 2008 obama in 2008 was hope and change. you don't want status quo we have got ideas. he succeeded in doing that. now here are the republicans four years later saying you had your shots at charisma with this idea of hope and change. it's not hope and change it's a dismal declining america. we have the ideas and policies. we are willing to lead from in front. it is dynamic about future ideas and change. change is now on the side of republicans where as it was on the policy of this side of the democrats in 2008 they can make a coherent case of that as we heard ryan doing in his introductory remark. >> we have heard initial reaction from the obama campaign. quote the architect of the radical republican house
started drifting away. ryan makes this sort of the tip of the hat it will be about a choice now. the obama campaign got what it wanted. this campaign is going to be a choice. now what they will try to do is make it a referendum. not the referendum romney wanted but referendum on the ryan budget. that is why you are getting the first response from the white house. we go from romney wanted to make it a referendum to obama making a referendum about the ryan budget. that's the real thing about the pick today and what the object and what ryan on that stage means. >> what about the imagining of this young republican leader. we talked a little bit about it. i continue to throw out stats here. he will be 439 days before being sworn in if elected. he has a girl and two boys 7, 8 and 10. he is catholic. i am not trying to draw the imagining too much back to jfk but there is something about a young family that is appealing just as much as obama's family is appealing to leadership. is it not? >> joe question about it. sort of idealism in the way he talked about things. the real question is
ryan as his running mate, and the campaign against the president. >> president obama has become part of the problem, and mitt romney is the solution. >> mason: jan crawford is following the candidates. who is paul ryan, and what's on his resume? our chip reid takes a look. praying for rain, we visit with ranchers in texas. and the olympic twist, which countries are the real winners? another way of looking at the medal count. mark phillips does the math. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> mason: good evening. i'm anthony mason. mitt romney has filled out his ticket and drawn the battle lines for campaign 2012. with the republican convention just over two weeks away, the presumed presidential nominee has named congressman paul ryan to be his running mate. he made the announcement this morning in norfolk, virginia, the kickoff to a swing state bus tour. jan crawford is on the campaign trail in manassas, virginia, tonight. jan. >> reporter: anthony, paul ryan was a favorite of some conservatives who were urging romney to go bold, but still his announcement tod
? >> thanks, buddy. could romney veep paul ryan be the key to the election. i'm larry kudlow. this is "the kudlow report," back from the olympics and raring to go. our top story, republican vice presidential candidate paul ryan makes his first solo campaign stop at the uh iowa fairgrounds. you, the kudlow viewer, now paul ryan well through our many interviews. i have known the congressman for over 20 years. he'll tell us why this country is on the wrong road and president obama is to blame. also joining me tonight for a first on cnbc interview, former minnesota senator tim pawlenty, cochair for the romney campaign and the dow drops. the s&p takes its first hit in seven days. we ask why is there a surprise spike in gas prices? 34 cents up since july 1. it could sink the consumer and the economy. >>> first, i'm proud to say paul ryan has been a guest on the show many times. he's an old friend. he and i talked about his bold fiscal reforms as he became the intellectual leader of the house. back in march he made the urgent case for reforming medicare. please take a listen. >> the debt crisis i
i don't know anyone who doesn't respect his character and judgment. >> paul ryan was only 28 years old when he was first elected to the united states congress. he served seven terms, almost 14 years. at 42, he's the same age as the eldest of romney's five sons. ryan's catholic with a wife and three young children. >> i want you to meet my family. this is my wife, janna. our daughter, liza, and our sons, charlie and sam. i'm surrounded by the people i love. i love you too. janesville, wisconsin, is where i was born and raised and i never really left it. it's our home now. for the last 14 years, i have proudly represented wisconsin in congress. there -- there i have focused on solving the problems that confront our country, turning ideas into action, and action into solutions. i am committed, in heart and mind, to putting that experience to work in a romney administration. my dad died when i was young. he was a good and decent man. there are a few things he would say that have just always stuck with me. he'd say, son, you're either part of the problem or part of the solution. well, r
days, paul ryan's polls have shot up 50%. i'm telling you, he's a game changer for this election. good evening, everyone. our top story tonight, vice president biden opens his mouth and inserts his foot. this after he says that republicans and big banks will put blacks, quote, putty all back in chains. it's a complete outrage. but team obama then says, quote, we have no problem with his remarks. joining us tonight, two powerhouse guests, america's mayor rudy giuliani and best selling author ann coulter. also this evening, paul ryan, the wonder kid goes on the road. take a listen. >> when you take a look back four years ago, we had a really tough economy. and without a doubt, president obama inherited a difficult situation. here's the problem -- he made it worse. >> why are unnamed republican strategists sniping at paul ryan. if you ask me, they ought to man up or shut up or both. ryan has re-energized the sfwier campaign. get with the drill. plus, is the obama administration planning on robbing the suburbs to pay for the city? a recent report shows the war on the wealthy being fought d
>>> this morning a special edition of "meet the press." the 2012 gop ticket is now romney/ryan. a critical moment of the campaign. >> with energy and vision, paul ryan has become an intellectual leader of the republican party. >> and a new phase in the fight against president obama. >> the commitment mitt romney and i make to you is this -- we he won't duck the tough issues. we will lead. >> we'll explore all the big questions. who is paul ryan? is he a game-changing choice politically? do his views on the budget and medicare make the pick higher risk than reward? we've got it covered from both sides. two top republicans who know him well. the chairman of the republican party reince priebus. and the governor of ryan's home state of wisconsin, scott walker. plus, the man whose job it is to help president obama defeat the romney/ryan ticket, chief strategist for the obama campaign, david axelrod. and finally, full analysis on what this all means for the remaining 86 days of the campaign. with us, editor of the national review, rich lowry. msnbc's rachel maddow. author and radio t
wallace. and woolhave all of the latest on the ryan pick. that is all from washington, see you again tomorrow. >>> today we take another step forward in helping restore the promise of america. as we move forward in this campaign and on to help lead the nation to better days, it is an honor to announce my running mate and the next vice president of the united states, paul ryan! >> fox news alert on a major development from the campaign trail as governor mitt romney selects his 2012 running mate. hope you are having a great saturday. i'm jon scott. >> i'm hear ric harris faulkne. a live look at the college in ashland, virginia where at any moment as you just heard jon say the governor is expected to address a crowd of supporters. for the first time since announcing wisconsin congressman paul ryan as his vice presidential pick. carl cameron is is en route to ashland as we speak. do we have him? we have got h him. carl, good to hear from you. did the romney campaign actually pull off a surprise? we were reading it on twitter a little before the announcement was made. did they accomplish
with ryan as vp pick." the huffington post, "ryan is a bold pick." politico, "a bold choice for romney." you get the idea. but just how bold was the choice? four months ago, mitt romney had to clarify to a crowd in wisconsin that paul ryan was not, in fact, one of his sons, despite looking the part and being the same age as romney's oldest son, tag. now paul ryan is governor romney's running mate and today is pushing ryan out of the campaign nest to fight for their ticket on his own. ryan will hold his first solo rally in just a few hours in des moines, iowa. while president obama is set to speak this hour, just over 100 miles away in council bluffs. team romney is already creating distance between the governor and congressman ryan, hedging its support of the ryan policy including his signature budget plan. >> i have my budget plan, as you know, that i've put out and that's the budget plan that we're going to run on. >> it is the romney/ryan ticket and as president, president romney will be putting forward his own budget. >> i think that mitt romney appreciates and admires the work and the i
what does romney believe? we thought for two days this week he believed in what ryan stands for. he likes the sound of the ticket, but not if it means saying something. meaning something. believing something. beyond the one sacred goal on which mitt romney has set his a heart. to get himself elected president. and that's "hardball." "politicsnation" with al sharpton starts now. >>> welcome to "politicsnation." i'm al sharpton. tonight's lead, the choice. in 85 days, more than 130 million americans will head to the polls. they'll decide not just the direction of this country but what kind of country we want america to be. we will remain a society that takes care of its own. or will we turn and have everyone pay their fair share? we will be a place where fairness, not privileges is the order of the day. starting now that will be the big debate we're going to have. and the contrast between the two parties couldn't be greater. >> this weekend my opponent mr. romney chose as his running mate the ideological leader in the congress. he is a spokesman for romney's vision. but the problem is
portman than someone who is more bold and aggressive as paul ryan. >> is this his way of attracting blue collar voters as well? >> he goes back to wisconsin, fifth generation local native. much like joe biden did when he was in congress. he knows that town. he's a blue collar town and of those folks. >> he also wants to reverse what he calls deep spending mistakes made by the bush administration, he doesn't want to go down that road again. big attraction for the romney campaign knowing that. >> he's very much against heavy government spending. and in fact also does not want to raise taxes. his plan cuts spending, and, as he says, closes loopholes. if you look back at home votes he made when he was in congress. you have to wonder is he now trying to undo some things that he helped do as a member of congress? >> it's going to be an interesting environment three hours ago. thank you very much. >> thanks. >> we have election day three months away. new polls to suggest rom obama is slipping. romney leads by 45%. more bad news, his unfavorable numbers went up 6 percentage.slast month with regi
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